A Canton man arrested for the rape of a Ridgeland jogger will stay in jail, without bond.
Antonio Goldman, 22, was led into a state crime lab Thursday night for DNA testing. The samples taken there will be sent to a crime lab in New Orleans to be compared to other samples taken.
Thursday afternoon Goldman's bond was denied during an initial appearance in Ridgeland court. Goldman was captured by Madison County Deputies Wednesday night driving a white Cadillac, just like the one described by eyewitnesses Tuesday.
The victim says the rape occurred while she was jogging along a walking trail, where she was attacked by a man armed with a knife. Ridgeland Police Chief Jimmy Houston say's he had a good conversation with Goldman.
"We have a man who chose to go on to our bike trail in Ridgeland to get money," Houston said. "After he didn't get what he wanted, things escalated and it ended up being a rape. He does have a prior record. He was arrested. I think he spent some time in the pen. We're looking into that more but the Department of Corrections was able to help us with features and tattoos."
Police say Goldman has served time in the past for robbery.
Goldman's preliminary hearing is set for next Tuesday.